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April 23, 2014

Last-Minute Activity in SC-01, NRA Gives to Mark Sanford

Republican Mark Sanford reported receiving a $2,000 last-minute contribution from the National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund.

The Independent Women’s Voice reported spending $91,985 on May 2-3 for independent expenditures opposing Democrat Elizabeth Colbert Busch in the South Carolina May 7 special election. The ad is entitled “Elizabeth and Rich.” The independent expenditure group paid $54,675 for broadcast air time; $19,158 for cable air time; $10,000 for script writing and management; $3,256 for production; $3,100 for DG upload; and $1,795 for voice talent.

The House Majority PAC, a Democratic-aligned super PAC, reported spending $19,144 on direct-mail independent expenditures opposing Sanford.

Colbert Busch reported she received $5,000 from the Machinists Non Partisan Political League; $2,500 from the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades Political Action Together Political Committee; $5,000 from the Laborers International Union of North America PAC; $2,000 from the Joint Action Committee for Political Affairs; $1,000 from the American Federation of Government Employees PAC; and $1,000 from the International Association of Heat & Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers PAC.

To search detailed money-in-politics databases, visit Political MoneyLine.

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    This was all Jenny’s Sanford’s fault, she let herself “go” and forced
    Mark to outsource their martial relations to Argentina. Now Jenny is one
    of the “takers” that Mitt warned us about with her excessive alimony
    and so called “child support” demands! Typical lazy and unmotivated US
    worker that Mark so often talks about! Besides, Nikki supports Mark
    Sanford – Adulterers are US! or is it “Birds of a feather?”

    Mark only used our Tax Dollars because he could get some hot Argentina
    poontang, and any red blooded family values guy can understand that, I
    understand why his hysterical and emotional opponent does not. Besides,
    Governor Sanford already told us at his press conference that he asked
    Jesus if it was ok to outsource his marital relations to Argentina. Mark
    told us that Jesus told him yes, so who are we to judge his actions as
    wrong?

    Further, his son put Mark in a bad situation (and should
    apologize to SC Voters) by wanting to leave the Superbowl party. What
    was Mark to do – the only place this new technology called “Television”
    is available is in downtown Charleston and Jenny’s house.

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